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  • A small memorial area to the left of the church marks its significance in the Civil War.A small memorial area to the left of the church marks its significance in the Civil War.5/14/2011
  • Charles R. Chewning -- one of the Confederate soldiers buried in the church cemetery.Charles R. Chewning -- one of the Confederate soldiers buried in the church cemetery.5/14/2011
  • H. A. Garner -- one of the Confederate soldiers buried in the church cemetery.H. A. Garner -- one of the Confederate soldiers buried in the church cemetery.5/14/2011
  • Confederate signalmen kept look-out on the Battle at Spotsylvania Court House from the 2nd story windows of the church.Confederate signalmen kept look-out on the Battle at Spotsylvania Court House from the 2nd story windows of the church.5/14/2011
  • The church served as headquarters for Generals Lee and Hill. Every window was shot out when the Union army fired on it.The church served as headquarters for Generals Lee and Hill. Every window was shot out when the Union army fired on it.5/14/2011
  • This church has stood at this location since 1859 and survived heavy damages during the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House.This church has stood at this location since 1859 and survived heavy damages during the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House.5/14/2011
  • The Edge of the Storm -- the Civil War Discovery Trail marker at Zion Methodist ChurchThe Edge of the Storm -- the Civil War Discovery Trail marker at Zion Methodist Church5/14/2011
  • Zion Methodist Church is a stop of the 1864 Overland Campaign Tour of the Civil War Discovery Trail.Zion Methodist Church is a stop of the 1864 Overland Campaign Tour of the Civil War Discovery Trail.5/14/2011
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